Skip to main content

tv   Action News Weekend 6AM  ABC  March 15, 2015 6:00am-7:01am EDT

6:00 am
>> good morning, it is 6:00 a.m., sunday, march 15, nydia is off, alicia vitarelli joins us. the final week of winter will get off to a windy start meteorologist chris sowers is standing by with a temperature rollercoaster ride. a new enrollment period begins for the affordable care act. we'll tell you who it is for. villanova goes to the dance. meteorologist chris sowers has a
6:01 am
check of the exclusive accuwether seven-day forecast. when eva said rollercoaster ride chris was like ah-huh. >> reporter: that's the perfect way to describe it. some days are up and some days down, we're close to springs this is kind of a transition time, we expect to see that during the month of march. a few clouds upstairs, temperatures on the mild side. winds are picking up, we flip it over to satellite and radar here's the rain from yesterday. what a miserable day yesterday. all that rain during the morning, showrms in the afternoon, a dreary start to the weekend. fortunately we'll see a decent amount of sunshine today that will help to dry everything out and temperatures rebound. cloud cover north and west, everybody sees sunshine later on this afternoon, racism total also pretty much in line what we were calling here, wilmington, 1.3. atlantic city, 1.2.
6:02 am
philadelphia a little bit more than an inch. allentown,.9. and trenton 9 tenths of an inch. dover, 44. and reading, 42. there's a bit of a breeze, i meant makes the 40s feel like the 30s. we'll climb into the 50s. sun and clouds today windy with a high of 52. when i come back we'll tall about the rollercoaster ride. a pick up truck plowed into a home in delaware county. the home was seriously damaged. the driver was taken away for questioning. so far, police have not said what caused the crash. >> when you talk about a guardian angel you couldn't find a better one than the one that's
6:03 am
here today. >> police commissioner charles ramsey all of these words to comfort the family of robert wilson. thousands gathered at the palestra to say goodbye and thanks for a job well done. his last moments spent getting a gift forked oldest son who heard many stories abouted dad. police officers across the nation came to give a final salute. annie mccormick was there. ♪ sergeant robert wilson iii died are a hero but will be known for that smile. >> that smile everybody knows that smile. i could go on and on about the stories he had about the smile. his partner fought emotions as he worked his way to the microphone. march 5th, 8 year veteran and father of two went into the game
6:04 am
store when two armed gunman went into the store and opened fire, wilson took them on. >> i have been policing for 46 years and i have never witnessed an act of bravery like i saw that way. >> way -- that day. it's something that is haunting, and pain. but at the same time there's pride, pride that we walked alongside of a man that had the kind of courage and determination that robert francis wilson iii had. >> reporter: commissioner ramsey and mayor nutter recounted his final moments in the emergency room. >> i saw his heart beating he fought val -- valiantly just always he fought in that store.
6:05 am
>> and made the decision not only to promote him posthumous, but ar award him with the medal of valour and rename the medal of val similar robert wilson iii. >> reporter: annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> we streamed the viewing and funeral for sergeant wilson, our coverage continues with coverage with the tribute and collection of photos from the funeral procession at both viewings, we invite you to check it out at people living alonger the ohio river in cincinnati are bracing for more flooding. some got out exe expected crest
6:06 am
6 feet above flood stage. low-lying neighborhoods are inundated and under a state of emergency. this week at rain and ice melting is causing the river and several others to swell. more americans are being flown back from west africa to be monitored for signs of exposure for the potentially killer ebola virus. abc which you can severson has more on where they are going an what the treatment to could be. >> reporter: here at the nebraska medical center in omaha they are preparing to take in americans rushed home from west africa. >> nebraska, maryland and atlanta. they will be under quawren teen, if they get a fever they will be isolated. earlier this week an american healthcare worker was brought to medicalaryland
6:07 am
hospital. unlike other aid workers the ten people coming home now are not i will and are not contagious and require none of the elaborate precaution also against the spreading of the disease. >> the reason they are being brought back now if they get sick they work get the best care available. >> reporter: the current ebola outbreak has killed ten thousand people. the good news is that ebola deaths have slowed in recent months. chuck severson, abc news new york. >> the start of a new push by the obama administration to sign up people for the affordable care act. the special enrollment period begins today and ends on april 30th. many people without insurance don't realize until this time of
6:08 am
year they are hit with a tax penalty for not having insurance. they have to pay the tax penalty for 2014, but if they sign up now, they will avoid paying it for most of 2015. congressional republicans seeded on a recent error that sent the people the wrong tax information. march madness field is announced. villanova and lafayette has punched its tickets to the dance. temple is on the bubble. we'll have live reports from villanova and temple on "action news" at 6. jeff skeverski has more on the big east title in sports. the chance of predicting all the games correctly one in in
6:09 am
9.2000000000000000. a jaw dropping crash. new video of a boater finishing up an ocean journey. we'll tell you aboutedded ride and what he said upon reaching the finish line. it is the annual saint patrick's day parade. >> reporter: you'll have to hold on to your hats, you could see gusts as high as 35 to 45 miles per hour. we'll have another cold shot just in time for spring. i'll have the forecast coming up after this.
6:10 am
6:11 am
6:12 am
>> the monster cyclone that slammed into the south pacific islands has killed 8 people. it is feared many more have been killed on the country's smaller islands. winds of 70 miles per hour pounded the chain of 80 islands northeast of australia. since the officials in the capitol have lost contact with many on the remote islands. police searched the kentucky river after an he elderly man was swept away.
6:13 am
here's the good news it will be spring in a couple of days. >> reporter: that's the good news. >> will it feel like it. >> reporter: that's the bad news, there's always a catch it's always something. you can never have perfect spring weather. fortunately things have cleared out nicely. we have clouds, but no rain. as we flip it over to double scan live, double scan live is crystal clear. isn't that a nice sight. yesterday, it was a shield of green, we had lots of rain out there, we're seeing clearing and drying taking place. 44 degrees, a mild start. dewpoint 32. we'll have winds out of the west apt 10 miles per hour that will create the windchills to 45 this afternoon. although the temperatures are climbing up to the 450s, it
6:14 am
will not feel like 50 degrees. wilmington, 43 millville, 43 and wildwood, 42. wind speeds starting to pick up a little bit now, out of the west, northwest at 10 to 15 miles per hour. poconos 16. philadelphia, 10 miles per hour and millville 9. later on they will gust 30 to 40 miles per hour. poconos could see gusts higher than that. the reason for that, the area of low pressure this is the same guy that brought the miserable yesterday. these are moving in a counter clockwise direction and we have winds coming in from the west, it's a wind tunnel effect, you have all the air forced in between between the two, that creates all the gusty winds. that's the only story out there as we loork wider there's not much going on across entire lower 48. high plains you're clear rain
6:15 am
out to the packed northwest. everybody east of the mississippi is nice and dry. combination ever sun and clouds, breezy, a chilly breeze highs closer to 50 degrees. speaking of breeze, this is what the winds will look like later this afternoon, 44 miles per hour by 4:00 p.m. in the poconos. 4 in reading, 34 in millville. 34 in wilmington also. it will be windy out there, combination of sun and clouds, all these temperatures will feel a good five to ten degrees cooler because of the wind. you'll have to wear something with sleeves. philadelphia 52. allentown 48. reading, 49. dover. 52. trenton you'll top out at 49 degrees. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast windy with sunshine today 52. monday, very mild high of 60. monday looks like the best day of the seven-day forecast, once we get beyond monday it's cooler. breezy and chilly tuesday that's st. patrick's day 56.
6:16 am
wednesday's high, 42 degrees, windchills in the mid 30s. thursday, 46. friday, 45. saturday 48 degrees, as we get closer to spring it starts to feel like winter again, we'll see how long that lasts eva? >> happening today a celebration of irish pride philadelphia's st. patrick's day, it starts at 16th and jfk boulevard. and makes its way to eakens oval. septa is the detouring some of it's buses. we'll put that at #
6:17 am
6:18 am
6:19 am
>> a plane landed safely at chicago's o'hare international airport yesterday without its front landing gear. nobody was hurt when the flight made the emergency landing. 900 miles away in denver, colorado, passengers braced for a dangerous emergency landing. the scare was caused by a blown tire on another united airlines flight. the plane circled the airport for a half-hour to burn off fuel before landing. >> in south philadelphia, a car crashed coming to a rest on its side against a building. two women were rescued from the wreckage at 5th and bainbridge. one was taken to jefferson university hospital with back pain, the other to hahnemann
6:20 am
they are condition is unknown. police say a man had gotten out of the passenger side of the car when the driver accelerated striking him. the victim is in stable condition in the hospital. the driver was test ared for dui. we are at the "action news" big board with video of a harrowing crash at the gater national rails -- race in florida, this weekend. larry dixon miraculously walked way after his dragster buckled at 280 miles per hour and landed hard on the asphalt. he remained in the cockpit until workers freed him. the three time top fuel champ said he is a little sore, but otherwise after seeing that video he is okay. "g.m.a." weekend will have more on the rails and car crash and the two scarce for air travelers at 8:00 p.m. after
6:21 am
this newscast. a big celebration for a mexican adventurer, he rode nearly 5100 miles from spain. he used a hitech rogue boat equipped with gps and electrical power to navigate across the atlantic ocean. he encounter hurricane-force wind and 26-foot waves. arriving in cancun, he said human will with is the most powerful force of all and one stroke at a time everything is possible. that is incredible. we'll be right back.
6:22 am
you've probably picked "five things" a million times without breaking a sweat. no problem. so the pennsylvania lottery changed the name of "quinto" to "pick 5". no sweat to play. pick 5. easy to play. simple to say. trading-in or selling your car, truck or suv? takes the hassle out of selling in just 3 easy steps. one, get your free online valuation. two, drive to your local car buying center. and three, walk out with your check in as little as 30 minutes. buying used cars is all we do... all makes and models... no dealership pressure. we'll even settle your loan or lease. so don't wait. get your free online valuation now at thank you, cable for the slower internet upload speeds. for making me wait longer to share my photo albums. thank you cable, because if we never had you we wouldn't know the incredible difference verizon fios makes. in customer satisfaction studies, fios is rated #1 in internet speed
6:23 am
and reliability - 8 years running. plus, fios has the fastest wi-fi available from any provider. period. see the difference for yourself. get a fios triple play online at an amazing price, guaranteed for two full years! plus, get a $300 bonus with a two-year agreement. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800.974.6006 tty/v you've picked out four things before, right? one, two, three, four, and you're done. simple. so the pennsylvania lottery changed the name of "big 4" to "pick 4". it's that simple to play. pick 4. easy to play. simple to say. >> reporter: welcome back everyone, 6:23 sunday morning your day planner looks like. we'll see a decent amount of
6:24 am
sunshine throughout the day today, temperatures will struggle a little bit, our normal high is 52. 47 by lunchtime. 3:00 p.m., 50. 6 p.m., 49. when you factor in the winds it will feel like the low 40s. it will be brisk. thoorntion to this area of low pressure -- thanks to this area of low pressure departing the coast and high pressure moving in. once we get past today and the wind relax. the big story will be one that's it's quiet. north of the line it gets chilly, south of the line it's nice and mild. we see the cold air eject into the mid atlantic ascertain great lakes states. we'll see a couple of days days around 42, 43, as we factor in time winds twiferl like the 30s -- it will feel like the 30s. the good news this pattern does not last long, just this week.
6:25 am
guys? >> in sports the flyers continue 0 streak and villanova is king. big east. they find out their march madness seed later today, jeff skeverski has more on that. >> reporter: will this go down as the best team of villanova history they have won 32 games including 15 straight. both are school records. if you are asking if they deserve the number one seed watch this. josh hart, the m.v.p. for 3. darren hilliard. nova won by 17. cats won the biggest championship for the second time in school history. nova is hoping they will be dancing as a number one seed now. jay writhe think they deserve
6:26 am
one, too. temple is homing that smu doesn't rain on their parade. temple up ten in the first half. larry brown not happy but lp will like this in time second. marcus kennedy put temple away. ment owls lost they are noun counting on the large bid with a 23-10 record. will it be good enough for the selection committee. delaware state lost in their conference title game. flyers looking for back-to-back wins, last night against the detroit red rings they tie a season high with 7 goals. brayden shenn is believed to be -- there's one by shenn. flares go on to win by 5. sixers hosting the net boy
6:27 am
friend topping the question, jarrett jack almost fall it is over and the bench loves it. nerlens noel with the big block rich adlerson off the back board for robert covington for this plan. final minutes, nerlens noel, not helping them out. yeah thaddeus young putting it away, the former sixer. sixers lose by 7. finally the union looking for the first one of the season in salt lake. second half, getting a little help. by the way he plays for the other team. it doesn't matter union and salt lake really looking for that 3-3 draw. chancellor merkel got a
6:28 am
kick out of a robot in tokyo. the robot made by honda to promote japanese technology is on display at the national museum of merging science in tokyo. >> that would freak me out. [laughter]. >> they look more and more real. >> that's the scary part. >> stay with us, we'll be right back.
6:29 am
6:30 am
>> a man crawled out of the rubble of a house collapse, he had been willing to get out and faced so much heartbreak. >> a sea of police officers turn out to support the family of a fallen brother in blue. >> we're in the final week of winter. nydia is off alicia vitarelli joins us. meteorologist chris sowers joins us with a preview of the forecast. the question is will it feel like spring? >> it's the winds of constitution. let's get you outside -- it's like the winds of confusion. we have cold air heading this way, once we get beyond monday, things will feel like the end of february. it's quiet right now, we have a breeze kicking in with some clouds, generally speaking thins
6:31 am
are calm, especially compared to yesterday. 40 in quakertown. pilots 43. saint davids 39. chester and center city, 43. cinnaminson, 43. gandys beach 42. smyrna i can't 44. you can subtract five or six degrees from the numbers you just saw, that's the windchill. you'll need something with sleeves later on. later this afternoon, i don't want to say bundle up, you won't need scarf or gloves, but you will neat something with sleeves. that's the wind gusts later on. philadelphia, 26. wildwood, closing in on 40-mile an hour gusts by midday. same thing with the poconos. 29-mile an hour in trenton. a decent amount of sunshine, gusty breeze, 52 degrees, forecasted high, combination of sun and clouds. guys? >> chris, thank you,.
6:32 am
police in camden, new jersey are looking for the gunman who shot a man on the street. the action cam was on the scene late last night we also wood avenue near north 37th street. when police arrived after 10:30 they found a 27-year-old man lying in the street headen shot four times. he was taken to cooper university hospital where's in critical condition. so far investigators have not said if they uncompled a motive or suspects. we're getting -- uncovered a motive or suspects. a man had to climb out of the rubble on the 2700 block of emerald. else facing a new fight after losing so much. >> reporter: this drawing footage was captured by an "action news" viewing moments after the house collapsed. >> we just hear, boom, i woke up my brother woke up, he was like what happened, i was like i
6:33 am
don't know. >> i woke my husband up, i was like eric's house fell. we were looking and everybody was saying eric. >> reporter: the footage shows him climbing out of the debris, he was partially paralyzed before the collapse and was having difficulty getting out. >> thank god he was alive. >> it's like he has nine lives. because he has been through empg. >> reporter: everything. >> reporter: he recently lost his brother and mother and aunt. he lost his house but he is in the hospital with a broken back and have to undergo surgery. the city warned him that the home was in immanent danger of clams and he needed to get out. >> his house has been falling down since i was little. >> reporter: looking at the debris they say it is like a bomb fell on the home.
6:34 am
>> he has somebody watching him he should have been dead. >> reporter: there's a 50/50 chance he may walk again or be paralyzed for the rest of the his life. right now they are hoping and praying for the best. in mantua, dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> a replica of a memorial on the side of a center city building collapsed. the design team assembled the the model so they can make adjustments. the memorandum arm will honor the 6 people killed in the chance. the projected cost stands at $1.3 million half of which has been raised. family friends and colleagues offered a final farewell to a beloved police officer who was killed in the line of duty. sergeant robert wilson iii was remembered as a dedicated member of the force and loving father and true hero. a horse-drawn carriage carried
6:35 am
him through the streets of at this time. his brothers and sisters of blue served as escorts. a little over a week ago the 9 year veteran went into a game stop in north philadelphia in uniform when two armed gunmen attempted to rob the place they opened fire and wilson went into action saving the lives of customers while putting his own life on the line. >> i've been in policing for 46 years and i have never witnessed an act of bravery like i saw that day. never! >> for his bravery wilson was posthumously promoted to sergeant and awarded the medal of honor and valour, effective immediately the medal of valour will be renamed after sergeant wilson. >> many officers came to pay their respects. they came from connecticut.
6:36 am
they said it struck a colder from coast to coast. >> we're all brothers, it's one big family we're all the same. after the serve e services, sergeant wilson's body was escorted carried by the american flack. wilson was buried at fern wood cemetary in landsdown. southbound 495 is open after a nasty accident in wilmington three vehicles crashed before 8:30 at route 13. it started when a vehicle swerved to avoid debris on the interstate and struck is a barrier. a second driver sideswiped that car and then a limo crashed into them. seven people were taken to the hospital. all injuries were minor. they reopened the kosher supermarket in paris where a deadly attack took place.orists killed
6:37 am
6 people. cruise knocked down the historic boyd theater in center city. efforts were on going to save the theater. officials struck a deal to protect the building's exterior. it was sold last october for 4.$5 million to make way for a 26 story apartment to your. you might notice kiosk also at rite aid stores in center city. we told you about the ebb kiosk service, you download the app and scan? your keys. while this is convenient, some security efforts have concern about theft and fraud they suggest to use a locking system
6:38 am
that can't be used by apps like this one. key me says it has safeguards in place and the technology doesn't increase the risk of theft. >> people need to treat their keys like they do their bank atm or credit cards. we recommend only sharing keys with people you trust. >> the key me kiosks are located at the rite aid stores on the 2300 block of walnut and 1600 block of chestnut. there are two other apps that are similar to key me. keys duplicated and key i can. for me i'm always afraid i'll lose my keys. >> i always do lose my keys. >> >> the backlash against barbie that's coming up. >> sky expwie looking live over -- sky6 live hd looking live over camden.
6:39 am
chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> relics on display 6abc loves the arts. >> annual philadelphia teacher is using hip hop to inspire students battling emotional and behave article disorders. he puts together a rap message lisa thomas-laurey has this very cool story coming up ahead.
6:40 am
jacklyn: our middle schools have classes that are devoted for test prep. my kids only have a half a year science and a half a year social studies to make room for preparing for the test. gina: we have no after-school programs, we have no freshman sports, we have no extra anything... okaikor: we're cutting those programs to make way for test prep. and we're not taking in to all the other things that makes a child whole. gina: we are setting our kids up to fail.
6:41 am
6:42 am
>> wildfires inner chile have flared up after being briefly contained. officials are blaming hot windy weather for the flareups. no homes are being threatened. one woman dialed of a heart attack during the evacuations. a biker trying to get away from police in canada, did not let a shopping center get in his way. he try to lose the cops by wiepgd winding through the mall. authorities tried to pull him over for reckless driving. he went down the schairmt and past plenty of shoppers before getting away. >> tourists on a fishing
6:43 am
expedition in florida got what they paid for and then some. a seven member team in panama city reeled in a 600-pound shark. the men fileted the shark and shared it with family and friends. >> a lot of family and friends. >> that's a lot of filets. >> they purposely brought the shark into the boat. >> it's an edible shark. >> reporter: i'm not one to try to real the shark into the boat. the view in penns landing this morning, it's quiet out there we have a little bit of a breeze nothing going on a lot better than where we were yesterday at this time. yesterday was like a moon son -- monsoon with all the rain and wind. it's the first time in 6 weeks as we flip it over to the numbers, it's the first time in 6 weeks that the week as a
6:44 am
wholphin -- whole finished up normal. we're heading in the right direction, we'll see a setback with the numbers. 59 tuesday wednesday, 61. the numbers are close to our normal high, which is 52 degrees. 44 right now, dewpoint, 32. winds out of the west at 10 miles per hour. the pressure reading holding steady. chilly to the north. not too chilly to the south, as well. when you factor in the winds it feels chilly everywhere. wilmington, 43. philadelphia sitting at 44. these are the actual air temperatures. allentown, 41. trenton, 42, when you factor in the wind it feels like the 30s throughout the entirely delaware valley. allentown, feels like 35. trenton, 37. millville, 38 and wildwood, 40 degrees, it's blustery out there this morning but again it will be better than yesterday. we'll see sunshine throughout the afternoon and that help to
6:45 am
dry things out. we have an area of low pressure here, that's the storm that brought the rain yesterday. we have an area of high pressure moving in from the ohio. the two will create a wind tunnel effect. the winds will whipping around 30 to 40 miles that will make the 40s and low 50s feel like the low 040 throughout the day. allen up to, 5:30, 44 degrees, philadelphia closing in on 50. millville closing in on 50, but look at the gusts 35 to 45 miles per hour. poconos 45-mile an hour gusts. philadelphia, closing in on 40 and millville, 34 miles per hour. a decent looking day but blustery. 52, sun and clouds, wind sustained out of the 234e69, constant wind speeds, gusts in the 30s and low 40s. overnight tonight.
6:46 am
30 degrees for the suburbs, 35 for center city. 60 degrees, monday by far the best day of the seven-day forecast. this will be a nice one. combination of sun and clouds, 60 degrees. tuesday, breezy and cooler. showers during the morning that will pull away, the afternoon looks all right. saint patty's day on a scale of one to ten we'll give it an 8. wernldz, chilly, 42, thursday, 46. friday increasing clouds, 45. spring officially arrives around 6:45 in the afternoon. saturday, 48. >> the following week doesn't look that bad. >> we're easing into it. >> reporter: that's what it is easing -- [laughter]. >> "action news" is on pothole patrol. i've fallen into a few of these we can't do without you join the "action news" team help us find
6:47 am
the worse potholes around the area. use the #6abc action on twitter or instagram or join the action at chicago river was green in honor of st. patrick's day. organizers dumped eco-friendly emerald dye into the river. chicago has two parades this weekend. trading-in or selling your car, truck or suv? takes the hassle out of selling in just 3 easy steps. one, get your free online valuation. two, drive to your local car buying center. and three, walk out with your check in as little as 30 minutes. buying used cars is all we do...
6:48 am
all makes and models... no dealership pressure. we'll even settle your loan or lease. so don't wait. get your free online valuation now at
6:49 am
ways to save cash. the judge is eligible thanks to his service in vietnam. the card gives restaurant discounts in other places. bring the discharge card to the recorder of deeds in the old
6:50 am
courthouse. school in wynnfield message has a powerful message about the tough circumstances his students face. he offers hopes through music. >> reporter: luke o'brian is looky the bird rap music artist. >> we're here everyday trying to help these kids grow ♪♪ they have behavioral and emotional disorders he doesn't want their environment to keep them from living up to their potential. >> i come from a different world than a lot of them do, i'm at times puzzled at the things these kids go through and how strong they stay. >> reporter: o'brian has a message for themness rap music video just kids. he posted on a go fund me donation site to buy them gifts
6:51 am
like the school sweatshirts they wear so proudly. they identify with them as a musician he is well versed in the hip hop culture. >> i loved jay-z and all these poets, really. >> reporter: but it's the rapport he is able to build through his creativity. the staff here is well aware that many of these students are dealt an unfair hand, but they love coming to school here, and over time they are able to dramatically improve the behavior and academics. >> he cares about us and he wants us to work our hardest. ♪sa thomas-laurey channel 6 "action news"
6:52 am
>> that is awesome, i have chills watching that. >> an amazing teacher. >> we have included a link to the site to make a donation, go to and take a look. >> plus, the teacher has skills too. [laughter]. thank you, cable for the slower internet upload speeds. for making me wait longer to share my photo albums. thank you cable, because if we never had you
6:53 am
we wouldn't know the incredible difference verizon fios makes. in customer satisfaction studies, fios is rated #1 in internet speed and reliability - 8 years running. plus, fios has the fastest wi-fi available from any provider. period. see the difference for yourself. get a fios triple play online at an amazing price, guaranteed for two full years! plus, get a $300 bonus with a two-year agreement. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800.974.6006 tty/v 14 irresistible flavors. one for the mood. one for the moment. each one can make every day more delicious than the last. the taste could only be baileys. the experience could only be yours. baileys coffee creamers. this is the one.
6:54 am
longhorn's dinner for two for $29.99. choose two of 7 entrees. like the grilled portabella sirloin. plus two sides, two salads & a shared appetizer or a dessert. dinner for two only at longhorn steakhouse. you cant fake steak. check this out festival goers in austin, texas can use dogs to power their iphones by the south by southwest festival. man's best friends coming your
6:55 am
way by the team of saint bernard. the service helps people and the pups. >> we thought by coming to an event where dogs are able to to be seen by many many people that attend the event across the nation we could get the awareness that dogs could be rescued everywhere. all festival goers had to do was tweet a screen shot of their dieing phone battery with their special #and a dog is ant over to them with a portable charger around their neck. we have the debate over one of america's most adored dolls. >> reporter: she also the new barbie that looms the old barbie, september for one big difference. >> welcome to new york, barbie.
6:56 am
when you talk to hello barbie she talks back. >> what would i be when i grow up. >> reporter: this morning, parents are outraged by the technology that let's her do just that, concerned about who could be listening to your child's conversations. >> i would never buy my grandchildren hello barbie. hello barbie is a terrible violation of children's privacy. >> reporter: how does barbie's talking technology work. a microphone is embedded into her necklace, when you press down on her belt buckle, the speech technology activates. like a walkie-talkie, you can talk with barbie up to 60 minutes of battery life. >> she recognizes and responds to what i am saying and understand it. >> reporter: recordings of your child at conversations are sent over the internet to what mattel
6:57 am
partner company says are secure serverses. there's preprogrammed responses. in order to activate, parents must consent to all of this. parents are in control of the data and can delete any of it. still some are worried. >> when children talk to hello barbie, they are not just talking to a doll, they are talking to a multinational corporation. >> reporter: mattel said new technology safeguards to insures that the date is secure and can't be accessed by unauthorized users. out rage over the barbie that is set to sell for 74.99 this fall in time for the holidays. >> rebecca jarvis, 6abc news.
6:58 am
a delaware county home has a giant crash into the living room. it lands a person into custody. >> we'll take a look at some art at the philadelphia mutes seem -- museum of art. >> plus, chris sowers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast the st. patrick's day parade is today we'll get a look at the forecast for that when we come right back. to create a most flavorful subway sandwich, we begin with freshly-baked-bread; tender-roasted-to-perfection- turkey-breast, genoa salami;
6:59 am
spicy pepperoni; melty provolone; fresh veggies; and our new subway vinaigrette blended with oregano, a hint of garlic, and black pepper. made right in front of you tastes unite in a fresh-toasted sandwich like no other. in other words, the magnificent new turkey italiano melt. only at subway. ♪ stick it to temptation with new special k protein cinnamon brown sugar crunch. each hearty bowl is packed with protein and fiber. satisfy your hunger with special k. temptation... ...gets licked. special k strawberry protein shakes are packed with protein and fiber. satisfy your hunger with special k.
7:00 am
>> good morning, it is 7:00 a.m., sunday, march 15, nydia is off, alicia vitarelli joins us. here's what's happening on "action news," the final week of winter will get off to a windy start, meteorologist chris sowers is standings by with our temperature roarl -- rollercoaster ride. >> a new enrollment period for the affordable care act starts today. >> nova is going to the dance. temple is on the bubble. let's go outside to chris sowers, no jumping no umbrella, looking good. >> where's the sun? >> reporter: the sun is sleeping. he'll be up shortly. even though things are drying out, irrelevance chilly, we're expect -- it's still chilly, we're expecting highs in the 50s, if


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on